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's treachery. willem marx talks about the border region between pakistan and afghanistan and iran, an area called balochistan, and the civil conflict that is happening there. this is about whatever. >> -- one hour. >> you're going to look, good evening and thank you for coming. you will look at a beautiful picture but that's willem. part of the place i know well and i recorded from as well. make a sign if you can't hear me. i'm going to tell you about "the wrong enemy" which is my book. "the wrong enemy: america in afghanistan, 2001-2014". it's the story of the war. i reported that for over 10 years from afghanistan. also in pakistan. i wanted to write a book for two
." >> osgood: rita braver talks bunnies with children's author and world traveler mo willems. mark strassmann questions outspoken senator elizabeth warren. steve hartman finds second chances on the baseball field. first, headlines for this sunday morning the 20th of april, 2014. in south coria the task of locating. the death toll now moved past 50 with 250 still unaccounted for. we get latest from seth doane. >> as the death toll rose, those once labeled missing were revealed by name, age and for high school students. for some, seeing it written down in ink was too much to bear. at sea the mission is shifting from rescue to recovery. more than 500 divers have been working to get in to the ship. angry family members clashed with police as they set out to protest the slow rescue. the ferry's captain was arrested saturday, two crew members were also taken in to custody. a prosecutor said when the ferry got in to trouble it was being steered by the third mate. it was her first time navigating that section of those current-filled waters. weary families are beginning to lose hope. her 17-year-old s
gall and willem marx talk about their books. in "the wrong enemy," carlotta gall argues that following 9/11 the u.s. should have focused on pakistan instead of afghanistan. she says that the afghans have paid a heavy price for pakistan's treachery. willem marx talks about the border region between pakistan and afghanistan and iran, an area called balochistan, and the civil conflict that is happening there. this is about whatever. >> -- one hour. >> you're going to look, good evening and thank you for coming. you will look at a beautiful picture but that's willem. part of the place i know well and i recorded from as well. make a sign if you can't hear me. i'm going to tell you about "the wrong enemy" which is my book. "the wrong enemy: america in afghanistan, 2001-2014". it's the story of the war. i reported that for over 10 years from afghanistan. also in pakistan. i wanted to write a book
's been misused in this connection. franz kline drew inspiration from cubism. willem de kooning did portraits that became highly charged responses to the women who were his models. the abstract expressionists wanted to paint on the same level of quality as the old masters or as, let's say, the best of the school of paris-- picasso, matisse, mondrian. they were striving for excellence. they found they did better work when they went abstract. mark rothko chose a path to pure expression by using only gradations of color on his canvases. pollock's vision and greenberg's theory were explored by a second generation. many acknowledged that helen frankenthaler adapted pollock's technique in a way that made him more accessible to other artists. she stained her canvas with highly diluted paint to achieve these haunting effects in mountains and sea. the abstract expressionist movement dominated the world of western art for over a decade. by the mid fifties, they were established, only to be superseded by a new avant-garde. the postwar world is characterized by an acceleration of speed-- speed
. >> willem, thanks. coming up, the 2014 masters tournament. we will look at the leaderboard and figure out what is missing and more likely, who is missing from this year's event in a gusto. >> it is time for today's latin american report. nicaraguan president daniel ortega has declared a state of yellow alert following an earthquake that hit the western part of the country on thursday. the nicaraguan newspaper, 800 homes were damaged and one person killed in that 6.1 magnitude quake. tremors were also felt in costa rica, honduras, and guatemala. the stocksays that are us so. analysts say that while upcoming elections can offer a potential upside, the downside risks are "intensifying." general elections will be held in october for presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial posts. the stock market is dropped 12% in the last 30 days. year's our focus to this masters golf tournament. bubba watson sits atop the leaderboard at this hour. he has made 5 straight birdies .nd is 8 under par but the big story this year is the absence of 4-time champ tiger woods. back surgery forced him to miss th
away. > > at one point it was so intense that it created its own willem--storm. > > some very scary moments there. i checked with the captain and both fire fighters are expected to be ok. still no word on what caused the fire. that san jose fires comes a day after a 6 alarm fire broke out in berkeley. firefighters are still on scene 24 hours after the blaze. three different addresses were burned to the ground. the fire started in 18-hundred 2nd street and spread to 18-02 and 18-10. kron 4's alecia reid is at the scene where business owners are left to figure out where to go from here. three adresses were affected, but there are a number of businesses in each building. business owners and employees were here today checking out the damage done. essentially this is a total loss. sot - i gotta find a new place of business. i gotta find a new place for a shop and basically get all new equipment. it's like starting from scratch again. the fire ripped through all three buildings until the roofs collapsed. the fire chief tells us burnt beams are now holding up the side walls. a building ins
outlook, say, on turkey? >> i would ask willem the question. i don't think so. if you look at a lot of people who study this and the council on foreign relations people, a number of issues, the sunni-shiite split and if you look at protestant and catholics in europe split, it took 300 years to clean up and some people believe -- >> like the canadians and maple leafs split. same thing. took a hundred years. >> thinking about displacement of syrian's and fluidity, porosity of borders, is syrian refugee aid to 13, believe it or not, performing king lear at a refugee camp in jordan last month. 100 children were cast in this experience adaptation. according to the united nations, more than half of the registered refugees in jordan are younger than 18. it is touching, but at the same time, it just breaks your heart. >> at least there is a silver lining. >> that is phenomenal. eliza, thank you. that is fabulous. >> much more coming up. next up, box every raised their 2014 games in a brings a brings of parts what question of the day -- is this the beginning of the end of the bull market? tw
advisor today. ♪ ♪ >>> here with us now, bloomberg correspondent willem marx who is the co-author of "balochistan at a cross roads." >> 99% of people watching this couldn't tell you where balochistan is. where is it? >> it's a region within pakistan, on the border of iran and afghanistan. very thinly populated. you don't know much about it. in terms of scales to give you an idea, it's the size of montana and wouliyoming combine. it's a huge area. >> looking at the book, you talk about it's like the moon. some of the shots you've taken? >> yeah, it's very mountainous and desert. and the home of the insurgency of the pakistani central government have been there for about seven years now. we've got pictures from the book. these are people living in incredibly difficult situations. they're treated as second-class citizens by pakistan's government. over the last seven or eight years they've picked up arms against the state. it's not a war we hear much about. it's very difficult for journalists to get there. people like myself who have spent time there have subsequently will be b
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